Taylor Swift is gearing up to promote 'Red' in the biggest way possible -- an arena and stadium tour! And she's bringing 'Everything Has Changed' partner Ed Sheeran along for the ride.

By the numbers: Swift and Sheeran will hit 45 cities in 29 states and three Canadian provinces to play 58 shows. (We're exhausted just reading that!) The tour will hit nine stadiums and 36 arenas: Detroit’s Ford Field, Dallas’s Cowboys Stadium, Toronto’s Rogers Centre, Winnipeg’s Investors’ Group Field, Vancouver’s BC Place Stadium, Pittsburgh’s Heinz Field, Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field, Foxborough, Mass.’s Gillette Stadium and Chicago’s Soldier Field.

Swift announced the tour in a '20/20' exclusive. "I'm beyond excited to tell you here tonight that, yes! I am coming back on tour next year!" she exclaimed. "I can't wait to see you guys on the road."

The Red tour will kick off on March 13, 2013 in Omaha, Neb. (because it's her lucky number, obviously) and conclude September 21 in Nashville, Tenn., the official home of country -- so it's almost like Swift is literally going back to her roots. The full list of concert venues has yet to be announced.

Tickets, which include seats for under $50 at Swift's request, will be available Nov. 16. You can snag all the purchasing info here.

Taylor Swift 2013 Red Tour Dates:

3/13 – Omaha, Neb.
3/14 – Omaha, Neb.
3/18 – St. Louis, MO.
3/19 – St. Louis, MO.
3/22 – Charlotte, N.C.
3/23 – Columbia, S.C
3/27 – Newark, N.J.
3/28 – Newark, N.J.
3/29 – Newark, N.J.
4/10 – Miami, Fla.
4/11 – Orlando, Fla.
4/12 – Orlando, Fla.
4/18 – Atlanta, Ga.
4/19 – Atlanta, Ga.
4/20 – Tampa, Fla.
4/25 – Cleveland, Ohio
4/26 – Indianapolis, Ind.
4/27 – Lexington, KY
5/4 – Detroit, Mich.
5/7 – Louisville, KY
5/ 8 – Columbus, Ohio
5/11 – Washington, D.C.
5/12 – Washington, D.C.
5/16 – Houston, Texas
5/21 – Austin, Texas
5/ 22 – San Antonio, Texas
5/25 – Dallas, Texas
5/28 – Glendale, Ariz.
5/29 – Glendale, Ariz.
6/1 – Salt Lake City, Utah
6/2 – Denver, Colo.
6/15 – Toronto, Ontario
6/22 – Winnipeg, MA
6/29 – Vancouver, B.C.
7/6 – Pittsburgh, Penn.
7/20 – Philadelphia, Penn.
7/27 – Foxborough, Mass.
8/1 – Des Moines, Iowa
8/2 – Kansas City, M.O.
8/3 – Kansas City, M.O.
8/6 – Wichita, K.S.
8/7 – Tulsa, Okla.
8/10 – Chicago, Ill.
8/15 – San Diego, Calif.
8/19 – Los Angeles, Calif.
8/20 – Los Angeles, Calif.
8/27 – Sacramento, Calif.
8/30 – Portland, O.R.
8/31 – Tacoma, Wash.
9/6 – Fargo, N.D.
9/7 – St. Paul, M.N.
9/8 – St. Paul, M.N.
9/12 – Greensboro, N.C.
9/13 – Raleigh, N.C.
9/14 – Charlottesville, VA
9/19 – Nashville, Tenn.
9/20 – Nashville, Tenn.
9/21 – Nashville, Tenn.